About this survey

We would like to know about the care you received from your midwives during your pregnancy, birth and afterwards until you were discharged from midwife care. Being cared for by a team of just a few midwives throughout your pregnancy journey, including at the birth of your baby, is called continuity of carer. It means you and your midwives can get to know each other and is being introduced across England as part of Better Births, a program of improvement in maternity.

Community midwifery in Humber, Coast and Vale

Please use this survey to tell us if you experienced continuity of carer and any differences it made to your care
***Many changes have been made to maternity care due to COVID-19 - we would appreciate your feedback on having a baby during the pandemic too***

This survey is from your local Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) - a parent-led group of maternity service users working together with people who pay for and provide maternity services in your area to improve your maternity care.
This information will help Maternity Voices Partnerships in Humber, Coast and Vale understand your experiences and work with midwives to develop continuity of carer for more people in our area. All responses are anonymous. A summary of the anonymous data will be shared with partners working with us to improve maternity care.

(For more information about your MVP, applicable data protection laws and our Privacy Policy please visit Humber, Coast and Vale Maternity Voices Partnerships)

The survey will take about 10-15 mins so please complete it to help us with this work.

Thank you for your support!

Please note, this survey is for people birthing in Humber, Coast and Vale area only